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Outils de dépistage des troubles du sommeil en psychiatrie

Abstract : Sleep disorders are frequently associated with mental disorders. Largely underdiagnosed in psychiatry, sleep disorders can alter the health of patients : mental health, with increased severity of the mental disorder, more frequent relapses, greater therapeutic resistance, increased risk of suicide ; and physical health, with particular cardiovascular and metabolic complications. To facilitate the diagnosis of sleep disorders in psychiatry, it is essential to be able to identify them early, in particular using simple, rapid and widely used tools such as self-questionnaires. This work provides a review of the self-questionnaires used to screen for sleep disorders. The so-called "generic" questionnaires, allowing the detection of several sleep disorders with a single questionnaire, and the so-called "specific" questionnaires of a disorder, allowing the detection of a single sleep disorder in particular, will be presented. This review shows that over the historical development of the various questionnaires, sleep physicians were first interested in screening for sleep disturbances, then in screening sleep disorders and more recently, in a broader and more ambitious concept, that of sleep health. Knowledge of the screening tools for sleep disorders in psychiatry prompts us not to simply ensure the absence of sleep disorders, but also to promote well sleep health in patients with mental disorders.
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Alexandre Richaud. Outils de dépistage des troubles du sommeil en psychiatrie. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03279127⟩

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